Stepping inside the rooms at 187, there’s so much of the industrial effect. For the bathrooms, we’ve successfully redefined trend by using classic white 4×4 wall tiles and super traditional black and white mosaic flooring. It’s almost a deja vu perspective, utilizing the vintage set of products and highlighting them in thickly accented black grout lines. Black and white can be stark, but we’ve added the warmth with just enough natural color and traditional warmth.Our design story takes us beyond the Old Williamsburg charm and within the corridors of the building. In the kitchen, a fireclay sink and traditional faucets round out the look as an impeccable display of revamped classics.
Dakota fit in perfectly to the look and feel of what we’ve been working to create. Being the color pop, while remaining a naturally woodsy hue, it gave us a shabby chic base we’ve mirrored for the ceiling color, influencing much of the decor and its accents. While the predominant design is minimal, the rush of warmth the accent furniture provided, served as a way of creating a traditional meets modern balance.